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Sette Camara joins Nio333 for season nine

BREAKING: Sergio Sette Camara joins Nio333

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Sergio Sette Camara joins the NIO333 Racing Formula E team for Season Nine. 

After an impressive season eight, Sette Camara departs Dragon Penske, making the move across to the NIO 333 team.

Speaking on the move Sette Camara commented;

“I am very happy to join the NIO 333 family and I want to thank everyone in the team who believed in me for this opportunity. I have been very open about my wish to remain in the FIA Formula E World Championship, and I am super excited about the new Gen3 car.”

Alex Hui, Team Principle of NIO 333 Formula E Team added, “We are delighted to be able to bring Sérgio onboard.”

He then went on to add that “He is a fantastic talent and we have been hugely impressed by his approach already. Securing his services completes another part of the NIO 333 Formula E team jigsaw of progressing further up the Formula E grid.”

Hui concluded by addressing the coming season saying “We are heading towards Season 9 with a lot of motivation and some very positive momentum.”

Jumping straight into the action the Brazilian driver will make his track debut at the Autodromo di Varno. He is set to test the NIO 333 ER9 electric challenger around the Italian track.

Formula E so far

Sette Camara stepped into Formula E with Dragon, entering the Berlin finale of the 2019/20 season to replace Brendon Hartley.

He then chose to stay with Dragon for the next two seasons finishing P22 in season seven and P20 in season eight.

Despite having limited machinery Sette Camara still made the best of season eight seeing himself through to the duel stages multiple times.

The Brazilian driver also proved a strong contender during Round 13 of the London E-Prix, running in the podium positions. This however was cut short due to a  systems issue that left him unable to finish the race.

Sette Camara points
Sergio Sette Camara claimed his first point scoring position of Season Eight at Round 14 of the London E-Prix (Image Credit: Simon Galloway via Motorsport Images)

He did however finally manage to claim two points during Round 14 of the London E-Prix after finishing P9.

How will the Brazilian driver fare moving into Season Nine and Gen3?

Head Image Credit: NIO333 Formula E Team

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